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  • It’s time for Major League Baseball to change the Hall of Fame

    Dan Bickley writes his thoughts on the problems with baseball's Hall of Fame and the changes Major League Baseball needs to make.
  • Suns game against Golden State on Thursday airing on TNT

    The Phoenix Suns are getting another shot at hosting a Western Conference foe on national television this week against the Golden State Warriors.
  • Devin Booker to miss 2nd straight game for Suns due to hamstring injury

    Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to a strain in his left hamstring.
  • Curt Schilling misses Hall of Fame cut again, asked to be put in as a D-back

    Former Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Curt Schilling did not make the baseball Hall of Fame again and he doesn't want his last shot at it next year.
  • Deandre Ayton calls praise from Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic ‘amazing’

    Nuggets center Nikola Jokic said Deandre Ayton is "amazing," and the Suns center said earning that praise was "amazing," too.
  • Report: Klayton Adams to stay with Colts, will not be ASU’s OL coach

    After ASU made it official with the hiring of Colts assistant offensive line coach Klayton Adams, the coach has reportedly opted to remain in the NFL.
  • Cardinals draft Virginia Tech CB Caleb Farley in Kiper’s 1st NFL mock

    ESPN's Mel Kiper's preliminary mock draft has the Arizona Cardinals targeting defense in the first round, selecting Virginia Tech CB Caleb Farley.
  • D-backs’ Nick Ahmed joins athletes in fight against hunger amid pandemic

    D-backs SS Nick Ahmed has joined forces with athletes across sports to aid families suffering from the food crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • In ‘C-plus’ health, Bruce Arians sees Bucs-Cards parallels before Super Bowl

    "It's right there with our 13-3 team," Bruce Arians said of the talent on his Buccaneers team, comparing it to the 2015 Cardinals.
  • Why the Suns’ recent losing skid shouldn’t set off alarms

    While the expectations last year for the Phoenix Suns were much lower, they also fizzled after a hot start to the season.
  • Arizona Wildcats lose Ben Mathurin to injury; Kerr Kriisa available soon

    The Arizona Wildcats could be without Ben Mathurin this week, but his ankle injury doesn't appear severe. Meanwhile, Kerr Kriisa is near eligibility.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Colleges of Super Bowl starting QBs

    Can you name each starting Super Bowl quarterback based only on what college he played for? Get your mind right, it's Trivia Tuesday!
  • Arizona sweeps 2-game series with ASU, wins decisively in Tucson

    Monday's iteration of the rivalry matchup between Arizona and Arizona State was a lot more decisive than Thursday's.
  • Arizona’s Bennedict Mathurin leaves game vs. ASU with ankle injury

    Arizona freshman guard Bennedict Mathurin left Monday's game against Arizona State due to a right ankle injury.
  • Arizona State hires Chris Claiborne as new linebackers coach

    Arizona State football announced Monday it has hired Chris Claiborne as its linebackers coach.
  • AP source: NBA discusses All-Star Game for HBCU benefit

    The NBA met with the NBPA and representatives from historically Black institutions Monday to discuss how a possible All-Star Game this year could benefit HBCUs.
  • Justin Thomas keeps Citi sponsorship with money donated to LGBTQ

    Citi has condemned the anti-gay slur Justin Thomas muttered and is requiring him to donate a meaningful portion of his deal to LGBTQ causes.
  • Report: NHL suspends former Coyotes GM John Chayka through 2021

    The NHL has made a ruling on former Arizona Coyotes general manager John Chayka, suspending him from the league through Dec. 31, 2021.
  • CDC publishes paper on NFL’s efforts to play 2020 season

    The CDC published a scientific paper jointly authored with the NFL on Monday detailing efforts the league made to get through the pandemic-altered season.
  • Phoenix Suns have next 2 days to tidy up late-game details

    With two days of practice following a day off, the Phoenix Suns have time to rest their banged up players and clean up details that have bit them lately.

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